Monthly Archives: September 2013

Review: The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Sept./Oct. 2013

I wanted to like the current issue of┬áThe Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction more than I did. The writing is polished and there are some clever ideas here. That’s the problem: the stories are more successful going for my … Continue reading

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Chapter 29 of Martha’s Children

Politics isn’t the only thing that makes strange bedfellows. For the sake of her vampire cop brother, Nora O’Donnell has agreed to carry out two assignments from the very same vampire who “turned” her brother. In doing so, she finds … Continue reading

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What would Labor Day (U.S.) be like without a union meeting and cookout?

This Labor Day meeting of the Amalgamated Union of Supernatural Creatures is called to order. First agenda item: An admonishment to our werewolf brothers and sisters. Much as though you enjoy it, this practice of moonlighting must come to an … Continue reading

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